YOUNGSTOWN -- Living in Woodstock, Ga., after a honeymoon cruise to the Virgin Islands, are Michael Reger, 624 Dahoma Trail, Woodstock, and his bride, the former Melanie Loth, 8545 Edwarton Drive, Roswell, Ga., who were married at 2:30 p.m. May 26 at St. Dominic Church by the Rev. Joseph Allen.
A reception was held at the Avalon Inn and Resort in Howland.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Phelan, 1781 Brockton Drive, Austintown, and Dr. Robert Loth of Roswell are parents of the bride, who is a fifth-grade teacher with Bartow County Schools, Cartersville, Ga. She holds a degree in speech and hearing science from Ohio State University, Columbus, and is pursuing a master's in preschool handicapped at North Georgia College, Dahlonega, Ga.
Parents of the groom are Dr. and Mrs. David Reger, 6 Honey Brook Drive, Princeton, N.J. He graduated from Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., with a degree in business marketing and is a regional sales manager with AFC in Atlanta. He is pursuing a master's at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
White beaded guipure lace embellished the net overskirt of the bride's silk-satin sheath gown.
Black gowns were worn by Deon Humherson, the honor attendant, and the bridesmaids, Dana DeRamo, Elisabeth Carbon, Kellie Vail, Kristen Hahn and Francesca Itzkoff.
Tom Reger served as best man, and groomsmen were Eric Alstrom, Scott McChesney, David Evans, Alan Trotter and Lance Reger.

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